The “Courtyard” of the Courtyard Marriott on South Main Street Greenville. This village green is the location of the ice skating rink in the winter, although that seems far off during this heat wave.
These re-purposed bike sprockets decorate the lighting at the Village Wrench bike shop in the Village of West Greenville.
Saturday Market will take place this morning on Main Street in downtown Greenville, and there will be farmers markets in several surrounding towns such as Travelers Rest, Mauldin, and Simpsonville, and Thursday nights in Greer and Fountain Inn.
The fountain at Pedrick’s Garden in the West End.
Pokémon Go attracts many players to places they wouldn’t normally appear. Although people are likely to explore the Peace Center plaza on a normal day, the lure of a PokeStop has attracted many players to stay for a while and play the game.
This bike parking stand was custom made of recycled bicycle parts by Ryan Calloway of Creative Ironworks. It is located in front of the Knack shop in West Greenville Vilage.
The Village Wrench workshop on Lois Avenue in the Village of West Greenville is part of a community oriented bike shop. It’s a place where people can learn to repair bikes, or volunteer for community work for enough hours to earn a bicycle. Also the Village Wrench hosts workshop at several places about bike repair.
This mural on the Center for Educational Equity in the Village of West Greenville was created by the CEE Students and Staff. The Center for Educational Equity has programs to improve academics and fitness with specialized boxing training.
The Dark Corner Distillery has moved down South Main Street to a new showroom. The display windows of the copper pipe distillery components are highly visible from the street.
Free Yoga classes are periodically offered at NOMA Square, usually early on Saturday morning.